On Sun, Oct 29, 2017 at 11:07:08PM +0100, Lars Vogdt wrote:
I've some good news: the new Galera cluster for our MySQL databases is
up and running. I've enabled monitoring and the (db)proxy setup already,
but did not start salt on the machines, yet.
During the next days, there should be some time to do some testing and
finally start with the import of the current databases one by one. One
by one because I want to check first if really all the databases in the
old cluster are still needed - IMHO a lot of them can simply be
I like to start with the redmine (aka progress) DB first - and then
decide about the rest - objections?
...and of course: any help welcome! Especially from those who have
experience with galera clusters or mysql database setups/tuning.
This is great, thanks a lot! I'll try to get the configs in salt with Christian
A note to our Salt gurus: syslog.infra.opensuse.org
is up and running,
but does not see a lot of incoming events, yet.
Can you please place something like:
On all our nodes together with an entry like:
for the case that DNS does not work or the name is not resolvable
Also great! I filed https://gitlab.infra.opensuse.org/infra/salt/merge_requests/93
First of all: I switched to use only ntp1, ntp2 and ntp3 on the nodes.
This way, the first DNS entry wins, which is lucky most of the time
What's the reason for this? The NTP servers ntp[1-3].i.o.o have different
configuration in salt (they use ntp[1-2].o.o as their NTP servers, plus each
I did not adapt the salt profile, yet, because I want
to hear from you
if we might switch over from ntp to chrony ?
Fine by me, but I suppose it is not in SLE-11, so yet another reason to get rid
of those VMs :)